Behind The Awkwardness

Behind The Awkwardness: Butt Seriously

“I was at a party at a hotel and I sat on a toilet in the ladies’ room that had been smeared with super-glue, and I got stuck! The firemen had to bring me through the ballroom with the seat still attached to my behind. “Mortified” would be putting it mildly! One creepy guy ran alongside me the whole way, until my friend Kelly finally said, “Hey, buddy, can you see from there?!” and he slunk away.”

(submitted by Jessica)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 20th, 2014 • 7 Comments »

In the Dog House

“This was for a school contest my sister was competing in. The prompt was “what if…” and she thought it would be fun to reverse the role of dog and master. I remember needing to pee so badly in that kennel.”

(submitted by Caroline)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 15th, 2014 • Add A Comment »

Mummified

“My dad was a history enthusiast. My mom a nurse. On a dark and stormy night they joined together and this is what happened.”

(submitted by Caroline)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 14th, 2014 • 2 Comments »

Picture Day

“For some reason I wasn’t okay with having my picture taken. I struggled to get away from the photographer, even turning my butt to the camera for the class photo. This is me having lost the battle.”

(submitted by Michal)

Michal today without the cry-face.

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In Behind The Awkwardness • October 9th, 2014 • 7 Comments »

Little House On The Prairie

“Growing up our house was in the country next to an old farm. The original “pump house” or well was in our back yard. My parents thought it would be great to dress in colonial attire and pose in front of the “pump house”. Since it was 1976 my mom had sewn costumes for the bicentennial parade that were riding in and there you go…….the “colonial family” picture. I didn’t know that they had schnauzers and cocker spaniels during that time.”

(submitted by Susan)

In Behind The Awkwardness • October 8th, 2014 • 4 Comments »
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